Gita : Ch-13. Slo-8 to 12. Slokams and combined - Discussion - 3.
Srimad Bhagavad-Gita :
Chapter-13.( ( Kshetra-kshetrajna-vibhaga-yogam )
Slokam-s. 8 to 12.
amanitvamadambhitvam ahimsa kshantirarjavam,
acaryopasanam saucam sthairyamatmavinigrahah.
amanitvam = humility;
adambhitvam = pridelessness;
ahimsa = nonviolence;
kshantih = tolerance;
arjavam = simplicity;
acarya-upasanam = approaching a bona fide spiritual master;
saucam = cleanliness;
sthairyam = steadfastness;
atma-vinigrahah = control;
indriyartheshu vairagyam anahankara eva ca,
indriya-artheshu = in the matter of the senses;
vairagyam = enunciation;
anahankarah = being without false egoism;
eva = certainly;
ca = also;
janma = birth;
mrtyu = death;
jara = old age;
vyadhi = disease;
duhkha = distress;
dosha = fault;
anudarsanam = observing;
nityam ca sama-cittatvam ishtanishtopapattishu.
asaktih = without attachment;
anabhishvangah = without association;
putra = son;
dara = wife;
graha-adishu = home, etc.;
nityam ca = also;
sama-cittatvam = equilibrium;
ishta = desirable;
anishtah = undesirable;
upapattishu = having obtained;
mayi cananyayogena bhaktiravyabhicarini,
mayi = unto Me;
ca = also;
ananya-yogena = by devotional service;
bhaktih = devotion;
avyabhicarini = constant, unalloyed;
vivikta = solitary;
desa = place;
sevitvam = aspiring;
aratih = without attachment;
jana = people in general;
samsadi = mass;
etat jnanamiti proktam ajnanam yadatonyatha.
adhyatma = pertaining to the self;
jnana = knowledge;
nityatvam = eternity;
tattva-jnana = knowledge of the truth;
artha = the object;
darsanam = philosophy;
etat = all this;
jnanam = knowledge;
iti = thus;
proktam = declared;
ajnanam = ignorance;
yat = that which;
atah = from this;
anyatha = others.
Discussion-3. Qualities and Attributes :
Now in order to elucidate at length the purely spiritual kshetra-jna as the object to be realised and its distinct difference from the previously described ksetra;
Lord Krishna will enumerate in these five sokam-s the means and path to realisation of the kshetra-jna beginning with the word amanitvam meaning humility not seeking recognition,
adambhitvam means to be without pride,
ahimsa is not causing pain to other living beings,
ksanti is tolerance in the face of insults,
arjava is uprightness and straightforwardness,
acaryapasana means unreserved and unmotivated service to the Vaisnava spiritual master,
sauca means purity both internal and external.
In the Sandilya Upanisad beginning saucam ca dvividham prohitam refers to two types of purity.
These will be explained in the next ...
To be continued ...